EPA Internet Seminar - "US and EU Perspectives on Green and Sustainable Remediation, Part 5"
October 9, 2012
The USEPA is presenting an Internet seminar called “US and EU Perspectives on Green and Sustainable Remediation, Part 5” on October 9th from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM (Eastern Time). This seminar is part of an Internet seminar series presented by the USEPA in conjunction with other international organizations. The initial Internet seminar was delivered to provide information on International initiatives in green and sustainable remediation (GSR) and grew into a series of Internet seminars which provided updates on International GSR initiatives, presented case studies on the implementation of GSR efforts within the United States and European Union, and discussed International products being developed to support GSR. For an archive of the first four Internet seminars in the series, please visit the Global Efforts to Advance Remediation at Contaminated Sites website.
Upcoming Seminar Description:
The October 9th installment in the seminar series will address the upcoming Sustainable Remediation Conference 2012 in Vienna, Austria, and provide an overview of the presentations available within each of the conference tracks:
1) Conceptual Framework - considering sustainability within remedial approaches;
2) Sustainability Assessment - methodologies, models, and tools for sustainable remediation; and
3) Sustainability Management - case studies of sustainable remediation projects.
· Carlos Pachon, USEPA Office of Superfund Remediation and Technology Innovation
· Dietmar Müller, Environment Agency Austria
· Nicola Harries, Contaminated Land: Applications in Real Environments (CL:AIRE)
· Paul Bardos, r3 Environmental Technology Limited
The seminar will be presented in an open forum style format, enabling participants to actively ask questions throughout the seminar.
To register for the October 9th Internet seminar, visit the US and EU Perspectives on Green and Sustainable Remediation, Part 5 registration website or www.cluin.org/live. If you are unable to attend the seminar on October 9th, an archive of the seminar will be posted on-line approximately 2 weeks after the seminar and can be accessed at www.cluin.org/live/archive.
If you have questions regarding the content of this Internet seminar, please contact Carlos Pachon at Pachon.Carlos@epa.gov.